I THINK that a return of Clause Four into the Labour aims would be a good thing.
The way that businesses are run seems skewed in favour of the richest in society. I cannot think of any business that gives the working class so little and the investors so much. The profits of these privatised firms usually are enormous, especially the power company’s. If they were nationalised the Gov, (i.e. us) we would be getting the profits. Take the NHS for instance; the Lab Gov, under Gordon Brown introduced PFI (and that is a scandal). For the last 14 or 15 years the gap between the rich and poor has widened greatly. I think this gap will continue to widen unless the Great British public wake up.
George Sankey Aust Cresent, Bulwark